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July-September  2015 |
 Vol 57 | Issue 3

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Flibanserin: Approval of a controversial drug for a controversial disorder
Flibanserin (BIMT 17; Addyi; Sprout Pharmaceuticals, North Carolina, USA) is an agonist at postsynaptic (but not presynaptic) serotonin (5HT) 5HT1a receptors and an antagonist at 5HT2 receptors; the b...
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Award Paper (Kripal Singh Award 2015)
The study of primary psychotic disorders with concurrent substance abuse in terms of their diagnostic stability
Background: Co-morbid substance use is common among individuals presenting with symptoms of psychosis. There is a paucity of research in this area. Aim: To study the longitudinal follow...
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Sexual disorders among elderly: An epidemiological study in south Indian rural population
Background: Realizing a dearth of data on this topic, especially in the Indian context, an epidemiological study was conducted in a south Indian rural population to identify the sexual activity...
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Award Paper (Tilak Venkoba Rao Oration Award 2013)
Facial emotion recognition deficits: The new face of schizophrenia
Schizophrenia has been classically described to have positive, negative, and cognitive symptom dimension. Emerging evidence strongly supports a fourth dimension of social cognitive symptoms with facia...
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Female sexual dysfunction: A comparative study in drug naive 1st episode of depression in a general hospital of South Asia
Background: Women's sexual dysfunction is found to be highly prevalent in western and Indian literature. Limited studies are available on drug naive depression in western literature and in ...
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